TEAM has worked with a number of insurance industry companies over the years and the advantages of content-enabling these enterprises are numerous. Many insurance organizations have grown through acquisition, with the end result that they have parallel legacy systems in place with increasingly evolving complexity in meeting the challenges of integrating them. This makes the […]
Improving collaboration and content management are important goals for many organizations today and the choice of products to help is wide. Understanding the differences between the different platforms and vendors is very important for anyone looking to start an initiative in order for them to get the best value for their investment. TEAM is a […]
Introduction In all areas, there are clearly defined benefits to utilizing the right tool in the right place. For some, WebCenter Content and Site Studio will be the right solution for quickly and easily surfacing content. For others, WebCenter Sites represents an enormous step forward in Oracle’s WCM (Web Content Management) strategy and potentially fills […]
Of the common threads that run through the daily life of every information worker, there may not be a more pervasive tool than email. Everyone has it, most people have several accounts, and along with the web browser, the email client has become perhaps the most used desktop tool. However, at a corporate level, all […]
During any software implementation there comes a time where a question is raised about how “mission critical” the new system will be. Regardless of the answer, there are always a number of key discussions that need to be had. Typically, these discussions concern backup and recovery time, high availability, and disaster recovery. What is interesting […]
Most tests of scalability and throughput for software are pitched at the extremes of system capabilities: often conducted on specially designed and tuned hardware to demonstrate the extremes of performance capability. Recent examples include this white paper on extreme performance and scalability from Oracle1 and this similar exercise from Microsoft2. These examples provide useful information […]
This paper is intended for those technical staff or project team members responsible for architecting and implementing Enterprise 2.0 systems and interested Records Managers and Custodians. This paper includes a use case example that specifically addresses duplicate records outside the records management repository. It could be extrapolated to include non-records and other documents within corporate […]
The promise of the Semantic Web has been that it would facilitate large-scale integration and sharing of distributed data sources, meeting the growing demand of businesses to add value to stored data, and provide a gateway into the ‘Dark Matter’ of many businesses – terabytes of stored, dormant content. However, the transition for Semantic Web […]
AIA contacted TEAM to address issues following their first implementation of Oracle WebCenter Content (UCM) to manage their public website (www.aia.org). TEAM quickly engaged with AIA technical staff and rapidly transitioned their implementation of WebCenter Content (UCM) and Site Studio into the fully functioning public site that was envisioned.
The University of Waikato needed to improve the management of its information through a central system that was easily accessible, secure and compliant with the New Zealand Public Records Act, 2005. The University chose Oracle WebCenter Records.